Strong winds on Tuesday could cause disruption to transport and loss of power across the West Midlands, the Met Office is warning.Copyright: Met Office
A yellow warning for wind has been issued from 12:00 to midnight.
The storm was named Brendan on Saturday by Irish weather service, Met Éireann.
After a dry and windy morning a band of heavy rain will spread eastwards across the region with highs of 9C (48F).
It will be a cloudy night with strengthening winds and lows of 3C (37F).
Tomorrow will be cloudy for much of the day with occasional showers and strong winds.Copyright: BBC Weather Watchers/Mike Snapper
You can find a detailed forecast for your area on the BBC Weather site.
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